Domestic Senior Tax Manager

Epicor Ok-sign    posted over 4 years ago

FullTime | Austin, TX



  • Take ownership of the income tax accounting and tax compliance processes.

  • Play a key role to manage, develop, train and mentor the domestic tax team.

  • Review the quarterly and annual domestic tax provision under ASC 740 (FAS 109).

  • Review R&D credits and Sec 199 calculations

  • Review flux analysis and worldwide tax payable summaries.

  • Assist in preparation and review documentations for tax footnote disclosures for 10-K/10-Q reporting.

  • Review consolidated federal income tax returns and related work paper and statements for accuracy and completeness.

  • Review the calculations of quarterly federal and state estimated corporate income taxes and annual extensions.

  • Prepare/Review audit responses to tax authorities.

  • Identify potential tax issues, perform research, and make recommendations to resolve tax issues.

  • Support merger and acquisition activities (including integration) of the company

  • Assist with special projects as needed

Experience/Skills Required:

BS/BA in Accounting or Finance
CPA and MST or equivalent preferred
Six or more years of public accounting and industry tax experience in high-tech industry
Experience preparing worldwide tax provision
Experience with managing and preparing consolidated US and multi-state returns
Ability to be detail orientated while seeing the big picture
Strong accounting, analytical and tax technical skills
Strong written and verbal communication skills with the ability to interact effectively internally as well as with auditors and consultants
Strong project management and organizational skills
Advanced Excel skills
M&A experience strongly preferred

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Moniquea Brown over 4 years ago

Is there a possibility that this position will be re-opened? I have a very strong candidate that I was going to submit but then the job was de-activated...

Drf***@***.Com over 4 years ago

I received the opening yesterday and worked on the position last night. I found a GREAT candidate for you! But then I got a notice that the position was pulled. Is this correct? I would really like to submit the candidate but I'm confused here.

Dawn Robinson
President, Robinson Staffing